Despite chronic under-resourcing and skills shortages, there are many dedicated service providers in PNG determined to make a difference to the lives of survivors of FSV. We support and celebrate their work.
Femili PNG provides training, skills development and resourcing to service providers to assist them in their work.
- Family and Sexual Violence Units (FSVU)
- Sexual and Offense Squads (SOS)
- Safe accommodation providers
- Welfare Departments
- District Courts of Lae, Port Moresby and Goroka
- Public Solicitors Offices
We’ve supported many of these service providers with their work and thank them for their efforts to improve responses to family and sexual violence.
Read about some of our most recent work with service providers below:
Latest partner news
Themba Kalua, UN Women Country Representative, visited Femili PNG’s Case Management Outpost with his team. Mr Kalua was grateful for the visit. He expressed how much UN Women valued its partnership with Femili PNG and promised to continue to explore where they can support.
Femili PNG trained a total of 46 people in Enga and Southern Highlands Provinces through the EU–UN Spotlight Initiative. Through training we empower participants to advocate on the eradication of all forms of violence.
In collaboration with the Eastern Highlands Provincial (EHP) Community Development office, Femili PNG held a four-day Case Management training program to support our partners in Goroka.
In partnership with the Kokoda Track Foundation, Femili PNG delivered awareness-raising sessions to over 3,000 people in and around the Kokoda area in Oro province.